Research Triangle, NC
I graduated UNC-CH with a BS in Psychology and minor in CS. Afterwards I worked at Duke's Center for Cognitive Neuroscience. My research experience thus far has dealt primarily with attention and memory, with special focus the default-mode network. I am now a PhD student in Computer Science at NC State University studying Human-Computer Interaction.
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